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Students wearing patriotic clothing. Some of our faculty and staff--August 2018 McTeacher Night--August 2018


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Dear Families, Welcome to Adair County Primary Center! As I write this letter of introduction to you as the newly appointed Principal of ACP...
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Debbie Bradshaw
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Courtney Collins Receives the Excellence in Teaching Award Courtney Collins Excellence in Teaching

On Saturday, May 11, Campbellsville University held their annual Excellence in Teaching Awards Ceremony. The ceremony honored 197 teachers from 68 different districts in Kentucky. Courtney Collins, a 2nd grade teacher from A.C.P.C, received the award from our school. Our principal, Debbie Bradshaw, was able to attend as well and said, "Mrs. Courtney is committed to her students and their learning. Building relationships with her students is a priority and that is key to her success."

Julie Burton, a 2nd grade teacher also commented, "Courtney is top notch! It's inspiring to work alongside her each day. Her positivity is contagious. She works hard to meet her students where they are, and then helps them to achieve at levels they didn't even know they could!"

Click on the following link to see a full article from Campbellsville University about the Awards Ceremony and a complete list of winners.


Spirit Day and Mascot Reveal Mascot

     In honor of school Spirit Day we joined the Adair County Tribe by revealing our new school mascots the "Little Indians". Our previous mascot was the Rocket. We felt like the "Little Indians" provided more cohesion with the other schools in our district. Leading off the big reveal, our high school cheerleaders came in performing cheers and stunts. Then our Little Indians were pulled into the gym riding in red wagons. The Adair County High School Indian, Kaleb Keltner, was also on the scene. Our principal and Little Indian, Will Reynolds, ran around the gym giving high fives. Then to top it off the cheerleaders did more stunts and flips for us. The cheerleaders were joined by the Little Indian, Lily Gay, who performed several back hand springs and a back tuck for the closing.

     Later in the day students were able to rotate to different areas for additional fun. We had an inflatable bounce house, slide, and obstacle course in they gym. Out front we had the wet zone with 2 water slides and 1 dry slide. There was also a rotation of the playground. We experienced a lot of water, a little bit of mud, and a whole lot of smiles as well as laughs.


Hooked On Science Program hooked

We recently had Jason Lindsey, A.K.A. "Mr. Science", visit our school to present his program "Hooked on Science". Each grade level focused on different topics. Kindergarten learned about force and motion. First Grade learned about light and sound. Second grade learned about matter. Mr. Science wowed us all with exciting visual effects supported by the science reasoning behind them. Several students were able to join him in the program presentation. Read more to find out about this program and things you can do at home.

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Columbia, KY 42728

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